• LuizEpifanio

    ★★★½ Added by LuizEpifanio

    Tem uns furos de roteiro, mas esse filme é mais que isso, é o fim da minha trilogia favorita. Então eu não pude me sentir decepcionado com esse bom trabalho. Adaptar um tema como super heróis, que é um tema "bobo" com essa seriedade do Nolan, foi perfeito pra história do personagem.

    Obs: Esperando agora o Batman espancar o super no "Batman v Superman".


  • Eric Zavinski

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Eric Zavinski 30 Jul, 2014

    Perfecting a trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises wraps things up with epic flare and a fitting conclusion.
    Both the returning cast and newcomers like Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy do great and meld perfectly into the world. Bane is an especially sinister villain, finally getting the chance to redeem himself after that abomination we call Batman and Robin.
    As far as action goes, the stakes are higher than even, and it looks gorgeous. The amount of character development is also…


  • flack

    ★★★½ Added by flack

    How could Christopher Nolan have exceeded The Dark Knight? He couldn't have band doesn't. Still, The Dark Knight Rises is a fascinating film filled with great moments. First you have to talk about Bane. No, he's not as memorable as The Joker. Yet, it's refreshing to see a villain who''so genuinely stronger than the hero, at least for most of the movie. Tom Hardy is a tough, intimating foe, though he's also playing a basic, slightly boring character. Which, on…


  • SleepyDino

    ★★★½ Watched by SleepyDino 18 Jul, 2012

    「黑暗騎士 黎明昇起」
    對Christopher Nolan信心瓦解ing...


  • Matthew Lumb

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Matthew Lumb 30 Jul, 2014



  • Simon Crookston

    ★★★★½ Watched by Simon Crookston 29 Jul, 2014

    The Bane/Batman sewer fight is one of the highlights of the trilogy if not THE highlight


  • hockeyfan15

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by hockeyfan15 29 Jul, 2014 5

    I truly loved The Dark Knight Rises when it came out, but due to it's massive plot holes, I cannot give this film 5 stars. It also doesn't have the calibre that the Dark Knight has. I don't think I need to say anything else, as I will probably end up saying the exact same thing as I did in my Dark Knight and Begins reviews (check them out on my profile). But overall, TDKR was an awesome conclusion to an awesome series and the memorable chapter for Batman.


  • kacman11

    ★★ Added by kacman11 4

    Nolan’s Batman series is an odd one. As individual films, they deliver emotionally satisfying vigilante tales that pay decent-enough tribute to the source material, but as a trilogy, the dots sloppily connect. Pay-offs for story threads brought up in previous films feel shoehorned in, character arcs are basically nonexistent if you're a character who isn't wearing a costume, and, worst of all, Nolan’s Gotham City just doesn’t feel alive. It lacks personality of any kind, it's just another cityscape: a…


  • KUATO2084

    Added by KUATO2084

    Blu-ray review:

    The Dark Knight Rises blu-ray has a serious attitude problem. It refuses to cooperate with its viewers. There was no warning for how deplorable this blu-ray experience is.

    The movie itself is good and I actually like it, but this blu-ray is unbearable for me. Maybe other people have no issue with it, but for me there's almost no way for me to watch it without wanting to hurl.

    The blu-ray constantly switches between full-screen and wide-screen. Some…


  • chelsea

    ★½ Added by chelsea



  • Greg Smith

    ★★★★ Added by Greg Smith

    Every plot hole, narrative screw-up, and overall poor choice discussed in detail by folks is objectively correct, but I don't give a hoot. Big, emotional, sledgehammer filmmaking that works for me everytime (except maybe Bane's exit and Blake's deductive reasoning of Batman's real identity). Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman -- these folks are so good they nearly steal it from Bale. This was the last movie my older brother and I saw in a theatre together before…


  • Joshua Hoover

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Joshua Hoover 23 Jul, 2014

    Beautiful on IMAX with 70mm projection. Probably tries to do too much in regards to plot and characters, but that is a trademark of Nolan's Batman series - good, bad or otherwise. I always viewed this one as operatic. If you're going to go out, go out with a bang.